How Google Images can help you research your family history like never before
Why you can’t judge a social network by its number of users
BBC investigation doubts value of Facebook advertising
Irish PM to NYSE: We can become the cloud computing capital of the world
Two tourists capture stunning murmuration of starlings above Ireland’s longest river
Monthly Archives: February 2012
More Promoted Products coming to Twitter for Android, iPhone
Twitter is continuing its push to bring Promoted Products to mobile users as Promoted Accounts are now displayed in the official Twitter app for Android and iPhone.
PlayStation Vita unit sales reach 1.2 million, exceeds internal expectations
Sony announced this morning that its latest handheld gaming device, PS Vita, has sold 1.2 million units as of February 26, exceeding internal company expectations.
Skype continues record-setting trend
Skype has set another new record for the most number of people using the service concurrently, peaking at 34 million users earlier today.
Watch this spectacular 2,000-strong superpod of dolphins
Tourists on board the Dana Pride whale and dolphin watching vessel were treated to this spectacular scene as an unusually large 2,000-strong surfacing dolphin superpod passed by.
Nevada becomes first state to approve self-driving cars on its roads
Nevada has become the first state in the United States to approve new regulations that will allow self-driving vehicles on its roads.
Before you delete your Google Search history, find out what Google knows about your behaviour
Are we just weeks away from Android 5.0, Jelly Bean?
Reports suggests that Google is fast tracking the release of Android 5.0, Jelly Bean, on foot of flagging sales of 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Easily untag yourself from Facebook photos using this free iPhone app
Legitimate privacy concerns or embarrassing photos from last weekend’s office party means that Facebook users often want to untag images of themselves on mass – something which Facebook deliberately makes difficult.
Great Barrier Reef to get Google Street View treatment
Google is about to let users enjoy the magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef from the comfort of their own home with the Catlin Seaview Survey. The project is a collaboration between Google, the University of Queensland and the Catlin Group and will act like Google Street View for underwater life.
Twitter hires former Googler to lead self-serve sales drive out of Ireland
Twitter has confirmed two new hires today, both former Googlers and one of which will lead its international self-serve ads business out of Dublin, Ireland.
Europe sends ACTA to the courts, to check its compatibility with EU citizens’ rights
The European Commission refers ACTA to the European Court of Justice with questions over the agreement’s compliance with EU citizens’ rights.